MU TECH handles multi-milling applications
High power, low speed.
It delivers high power at low speed for rough cutting of large parts at service class S1 (starting at 3,000 rpm) and at service class S6 for 40% of the time at 2,200 rpm, with finishing operations in 5-axis mode at high speed.
The high-speed electrospindle with a rotary head (B-axis) provides 23 kW of power with 75 Nm of torque and a maximum speed of 12,000 rpm. The +30 degree/-120 degree rotation allows general mechanical components to be machined vertically and horizontally. Continuous head rotation is achieved by a play-free system that also allows all possible 5-axis shaping applications.
Each axis is driven by large-diameter high-performance ball screws and all movements are controlled by encoders to ensure accuracy to within one one-hundredth of a millimetre along the three axes.
The maximum linear speed is 30 m/min.
Like the other machines in the Huron range, the MU TECH’s structural components are made of heavily ribbed cast iron to substantially dampen vibrations and ensure a high level of machining stability.
MU TECH can be equipped with an optional rotary table integrated in the stationary table, other spindles, a 40- or 60-station tool changer, through-tool coolant and workpiece and tool touch probes.
Huron Graffenstaden SAS is a French manufacturer of machining centres with Canadian offices in St. Laurent, Que.